In this PC optimization guide, we’ll show you the best settings to run Battlefield 2042 smoothly on high or low-end PC.
Fist, make sure to update your graphics driver
Game Mode - ON
Xbox Game Bar - OFF
Background Recording and Recorded Audio - OFF
Hardware Accelerated GPU Scheduling - ON
Under the power option, make sure to use Balance or High Performance on your laptop.
Now let’s go to the game settings
Under the General option go to general
Camera Shake - 0
Shared Usage Data - OFF
Show Network Performance Stats - ALWAYS
Under the Display option go to Video
Fullscreen Mode - FULLSCREEN
Fullscreen Resolution - Native resolution
Refresh Rate - Use the refresh rate of your monitor
Field of View - This is vertical field of view not horizontal so if you guys are used to play at 90, 100, 110, whatever like a game Warzone it's not the same, you need to go on the website to convert that. So 68 for me is 100 horizontal field of view.
ADS Field of View - OFF
Motion Blur - 0
Chromatic Aberration - OFF
Film Grain - OFF
Vignette - OFF
Lens Distortion - OFF
Graphic Quality - CUSTOM
Texture Quality / Filtering - you can go Ultra if you have 6 GB or more vram of your GPU, if you have something like 4 GB of vram I recommend High, 3 GB Medium and less than 3GB go with Low.
Lighting Quality - LOW
Effect Quality - LOW
Post Process Quality - LOW
Mesh Quality - LOW
Terrain Quality - LOW
Underground Quality - LOW
Antialiasing Post Processing - TAA LOW
Ambient Occlusion - OFF
Dynamic Resolution - OFF
NVIDIA Reflex Low Latency - Enable + Boost
Future Frame Rendering - ON
Vertical Sync - ON
High Fidelity Object Amount - LOW
If you are experiencing FPS Drops and Stuttering in Battlefield 2042, then click on the link to check out our quick guide to fix this issue.